Do you want to work alongside the best and brightest financial minds?
Do you want exposure to senior management, gaining insight into how industry-leading executives view strategy and growth?
Do you want to hone your analytical abilities, sharpen your attention to detail, develop financial modeling skills and learn how to compile presentations fit for the boardroom?
Do you want to work in a challenging, fast-paced industry where you will learn transferrable skills and have the opportunity to break into private equity, join a hedge fund, start your own entrepreneurial venture or attend a top business school?
Then it sounds like you want to work at an investment bank!
But how do you break into Wall Street without a previous internship and without industry connections?
How do you get experience, while needing experience?
How do you go from an underdog candidate, to having more momentum than the top applicants from target schools?
This course provides an action plan for undergraduates and professionals looking to break into the competitive world of investment banking.
With 63 lectures and 4 hours of content we will cover the fundamentals of banking, the hiring and interview process and formulate a tailored networking approach that will allow you to land a job on Wall Street.
I used the same tactics, scripts and techniques provided in this course to break into Wall Street without any family or personal connections, without a degree from an Ivy League institution and without prior internship or banking experience.
But that's not all!
We will also cover materials that will not only earn you a seat at an investment bank, but also allow you to succeed and excel as a top analyst.
In addition, I will personally respond to any questions you may have as you go through the material. I encourage you to invest in yourself and in these proven tactics that will help you land your dream job!
My name is Zachary Beukema. I have a passion for learning, personal development, strategy and travel. I also love helping people discover and pursue their dreams.
After networking my way to Wall Street, I spent two years as a top ranked analyst before being promoted to third year analyst. During my time as an investment banker, I served on recruiting teams, took part in on campus information sessions, pre-interview dinners and helped interview candidates. After three incredible years as an analyst, I decided to turn down my associate promotion to pursue my own entrepreneurial ventures.